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Old 07-21-2012, 02:18 PM   #21
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Has Weathertech come out for a cargo mat for a 5 door with a subwoofer yet?
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Has Weathertech come out for a cargo mat for a 5 door with a subwoofer yet?
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If you go on the Weathertech site. It asks you if you have the system with the subwoofer. If you do, it has a cargo mat that you have to cut for it to sit properly.

http://www.weathertech.com/ford/2012...er-digitalfit/
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Finally got them.
Fit great! However, I could do without the ginormous Weathertech logo.
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I was very reluctant to cut my cargo mat to fit around the sub woofer speaker. However, Weatherteck has designed it to fit perfectly when modified. It looks great!
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If you go on the Weathertech site. It asks you if you have the system with the subwoofer. If you do, it has a cargo mat that you have to cut for it to sit properly.

http://www.weathertech.com/ford/2012...er-digitalfit/
I don't believe you have to physically cut anything, the cargo mat they sell asks if you have the subwoofer if you do it custom fits sliding underneath the subwoofer
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Old 09-04-2012, 02:53 PM   #26
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I don't believe you have to physically cut anything, the cargo mat they sell asks if you have the subwoofer if you do it custom fits sliding underneath the subwoofer
I have been using these liners in my truck for 7 years now and they are life savers. Thinking about getting them for the focus but can't find any pictures of them with the subwoofer...

How do these compare to the huskys?
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Old 09-05-2012, 09:36 AM   #27
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How do these compare to the huskys?
I would say that they look a little more expensive than the Huskys (and are) but don't cover as well. The Weathertechs don't cover the "dead pedal" area of the driver's floor like the Huskys do, and that was a no-go for me.

The Husky cargo area liner is designed for the Focus with or without the subwoofer, and has a cutout for those with the sub.
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I would say that they look a little more expensive than the Huskys (and are) but don't cover as well. The Weathertechs don't cover the "dead pedal" area of the driver's floor like the Huskys do, and that was a no-go for me.

The Husky cargo area liner is designed for the Focus with or without the subwoofer, and has a cutout for those with the sub.
Thanks! I'm a little confused though what area is not being covered int his picture? http://www.weathertech.com/ford/2012...er-digitalfit/

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See these pictures of the Husky liners: http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...05&postcount=9

See how the mat covers up high on the left side of the driver's mat, near the hood release, where your left foot would rest? This is the "dead pedal" area. The Weathertech mats only cover about half of that area, so if you rest your foot there, half of your foot will be resting on carpet rather than the liner.

Compare those Husky pictures to this picture of the Weathertech, and hopefully you'll see what I mean:

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See these pictures of the Husky liners: http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...05&postcount=9

See how the mat covers up high on the left side of the driver's mat, near the hood release, where your left foot would rest? This is the "dead pedal" area. The Weathertech mats only cover about half of that area, so if you rest your foot there, half of your foot will be resting on carpet rather than the liner.

Compare those Husky pictures to this picture of the Weathertech, and hopefully you'll see what I mean:

Ahh I gotcha, they are the same way in my truck, I was a little dissapointed that they didn't add another 4" to that area. Although in my truck It already has enforced rubber pad in that location unlike the metro.

Hmmm, I'm not sure if that is enough of an issue to persuade me one direction over the other.

$280 seems like too much though....
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